Ruth Deech asks what high-profile divorce settlements say about partnership.
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Bidisha discusses the art of Saul Steinberg, who worked on The New Yorker for six decades.
Philip Dodd looks at what makes certain people successful with writer Malcolm Gladwell.
Matthew Sweet discusses the actress and suffragette Sybil Thorndike with Jonathan Croall.
Trevor Phillips of the Equality and Human Rights Commission on democracy's tough choices.
Anne McElvoy presents the arts and ideas programme.
Matthew Sweet presents a debate on bridging the generation gap from Free Thinking 2008.
Bidisha presents the arts and ideas programme - with interviews, debate and reviews.
The arts and ideas programme.
Matthew Sweet reviews Gethsemane, the new play by David Hare at the National Theatre.
Matthew Sweet and guests explore the value of experience in society today.
Philip Dodd discusses the Baader-Meinhof phenomenon of 1970s Germany.
Matthew Sweet presents more highlights from the 2008 Free Thinking Festival.
Philosopher John Gray argues that 'being green' can be dangerous.
Susan Hitch chairs a debate about the US Constitution, at the Free Thinking Festival 2008.
Philip Dodd chairs a debate from the Free Thinking Festival in Liverpool about privacy.
Brain scientist and author Susan Blackmore explores the notion of free will.
Matthew Sweet presents Free Thinking 2008 debates, interviews, dramas and lectures.